Interested in coming to the SNSPA as an Erasmus+ Student?
- How to apply
- Before leaving SNSPA
- Practical Information for Incoming Students
- Frequently Asked Questions
1. How to apply
a. Application deadlines
Incoming Erasmus students have to fill in the application form and the learning agreement. These documents have to be sent to the Erasmus Office, no later than June, 30 (incoming students for the 1st semester or for the entire academic year), and November, 30 (incoming students for the 2nd semester).
Nominations must be sent by partner university coordinators by email directly to our European Programs Office. Upon receipt of your nomination, the Departmental Erasmus Coordinators will then email you with our application instructions and guidelines.
b. Documents required for your application
Please download the following documents once you have been nominated by your home University
- Application Form
This digital form should be completed, signed, scanned and e-mailed. Important: SNSPA only accepts forms that are filled in completely and that are signed and stamped by your university.
Download Application Form
- Learning Agreement
To be able to register you as an Exchange student at SNSPA there must be a signed ‘Learning Agreement’. This agreement must be signed by you (the student) and by your home university coordinator. Your home institution should put an official stamp on it and send the scanned document. The Erasmus Institutional Coordinator also signs and stamps the Learning Agreement and will e-mail it to your home university.
Download Learning Agreement for Studies
- Transcript of records
A transcript of records refers to a copy of the student’s academic record with the courses and grades received at your home university. Also include a scan of the official signed and stamped Transcript of Records with your application documents. Please write the courses in progress or planned courses, that aren’t mentioned on your transcript, on the application document.
- A copy of your passport
2. Before leaving SNSPA
Once the semester or the academic year ends, the SNSPA European Programs Office will send your transcript of records to your Erasmus coordinator at your home University.
3. Practical Information for Incoming Students
The SNSPA European Programs Office will take care of the incoming students both from administrative and academic perspective. Before the beginning of the semester, there is an orientation meeting with all the Erasmus students, guiding them through all the procedures. In order to have a better integration of the incoming students, we also try to assign an “Erasmus Buddy”, a Romanian student, usually a former Erasmus student. Support is also provided by students’ associations, especially by our partner ESN ASE.
Estimated cost of the rent: dormitory (all facilities included) 65 EUR/month; privately rented flat 300 EUR/month for a 2 bedroom flat; facilities (privately rented accommodation) 100 EUR/month.
3.3. Language course
For incoming students a Romanian language and culture class is being organized for whole academic year. The class has 3 ECTS.
3.4. Medical insurance
In Bucharest, there is a rich network of specialist hospitals, health centers, physician offices of all specializations, dentistry and prosthetic health centers and offices. Students from EU member states entitled to a temporary stay on the Romanian territory should have the European Health Insurance Card (EHIC) issued in their home country. In case it is not possible to obtain the above mentioned card it is necessary to purchase medical insurance individually.
Citizens of EU countries do not require a student visa to enter Romania. They can enter Romania with an ID document (a valid travel document e.g. passport, or another document certifying identity and citizenship).
Non European Union Citizens are required to apply for a student visa prior to leaving their home country. Applications should be made at your nearest Romanian Consulate. For further information on the visa regulations, please check the Romanian Foreign Affairs’ Ministry website (www.mae.ro).
The books and journals available in the SNSPA library cover areas such as public and European administration, communication studies, advertising & public relations, political science and political communication, sociology, philosophy, critical theory, international relations. Students may access international databases from computers located in the SNSPA headquarter. Foreign students can borrow books using their student ID card.
4. Frequently Asked Questions
Does my University have a bilateral agreement with the SNSPA?
Check here if there’s a bilateral agreement between the SNSPA and your University.
To whom may I write to ask questions about my application?
You may contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or email the SNSPA Departmental Erasmus Coordinators.
How can/should I send the documents? (by email,post)
Scan the documents and email them to Departmental Erasmus Coordinators. When you arrive in Bucharest, contact the SNSPA European Programs Office. You have to bring with you all the documents required for your application.